Clubs and Activities

  • Social Media Club

    As a member of this club, students will post regularly to various AIS official social platforms used by the Dual Diploma Program about high interest topics such as Sports, Fashion, Travel, Music, Movies & TV, Books etc. This will allow many of our Dual Diploma students to find a topic they relate to and participate in the online community. Members of the Social Media Club will meet on a monthly basis with their club sponsor.

  • Newspaper Club: 

    The Newspaper Club is designed to give Dual Diploma Students the opportunity to publish a formal Dual Diploma Newspaper. The newspaper will include interesting articles on global news, Dual Diploma news, entertainment, sports, fashion, and an alumni spotlight. The newspaper also includes creative fiction stories, poetry, drawings, comics, and jokes.

  • Live the Learning and Edutainment Programs:

    The Live the Learning and Edutainment Programs allow Dual Diploma students to interact with professionals who are experts in their fields. The Live the Learning and Edutainment Programs provide students with meaningful learning experiences from guest speakers that will prepare them for their future college careers and professions.

  • AIS Amici Club:

    The AIS Amici Club allows Dual Diploma students to have a rich cultural exchange by “meeting” Academica students from around the globe. As a member of this club, students will participate in fun and interactive online activities with other Academica students. The students at times may communicate with one another on their own. As part of the AIS Amici Club, students will work on listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in a real-life setting. The AIS Amici Club will meet periodically with their club sponsor.

  • Photography Club:

    The purpose of this club is to help students improve their photography skills and build a working portfolio. Students in this club have the opportunity to learn how to use composition techniques as well as how to manipulate light to produce appealing photographs. They learn how to use a DSLR camera and even a mobile phone to practice the learned techniques. The Photography Club meets regularly with their sponsor to create a working digital portfolio full of images using techniques they learned.

  • Cooking/Baking Club:

    The purpose of this club is for student chefs and bakers to learn new recipes and expand their culinary skills. Meetings will alternate between trying a new cooking or baking recipe together, and then having a meeting to share and discuss recipes while viewing new techniques! This is a great chance for students to explore their sweet or savory side and share their culinary enthusiasm with other students in Dual Diploma.

  • Book Club:

    The AIS Book Club brings together students from all over the world to discuss a chosen book. Students work together to foster a global community through reading books and having lively discussions about the selected book. The Book Club hopes to expand members’ personal literary experience by reading and discussing books chosen by the students. The club provides an open and friendly atmosphere where students can develop a lifelong appreciation of books, reading, and learning.

  • Art Club

    Artists wanted! This club is designed for students who have a passion for art and want to create theme-based projects using a variety of mediums. This is a great chance to explore your creative side and share your talent with other students in Dual Diploma. The Art Club meets monthly with the club sponsors to plan, work on, and share art projects.

  • Model UN

    The purpose of this club is to give students an opportunity to learn more about international relations, diplomacy, the United Nations, and current political and world issues. As part of the club, students develop skills in research, writing, debate, public speaking, teamwork, and leadership. This is a great opportunity for students to look at global issues and solutions. The Model UN club meets monthly with the club sponsors.